DREAMTIME CULTURAL CENTRE - Rockhampton
The DREAMTIME CULTURAL CENTRE is situated on the northern outskirts of Rockhampton on the Bruce Highway, 6klms from the city. The centre is set on 12 hectares of land which is divided by Limestone Creek.
To the northern side of Limestone Creek is the Centre’s main building, appropriately named the Nola James Building. Nola was Cultural Director of the centre from 1984 to 1993 until her untimely passing. Nola dedicated her life to the presentation of Aboriginal culture and to the introduction and education of all Australians to Indigenous history. In this building there is the:
- Bimbi Artefacts shop – a retail outlet to purchase authentic Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander artefacts and souvenirs.
- Kiosk – which serves light refreshments and meals.
- Fully secured storage area for valuable and sacred material.
- Board room and Staff Training area.
- Centre’s Administration.
- 2 Conference facility areas.
This centre provide great tours where you can experience authentic:
- Didgeridoo playing
- Torres Straight Islander Village, traditional lifestyle and beliefs
- Djarn Djarn Dancers
- Boomerang demonstration and lessons
Phone: 07 4936 1655
Address: Bruce Hwy, North Rockhampton, Qld, 4701